Ross Aviation and Avfuel Renew Branding Partnership

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Avfuel Corporation and Ross Aviation—one of the industry’s leading FBO networks with 17 fixed base operations across North America—announced their renewed multi-year partnership, effective September 1, 2020.

“At Ross Aviation, we view the drive for carbon neutrality as a responsibility all of us in business aviation should take on and we’re excited to help lead the way,”

The renewed multi-year partnership means Avfuel will continue to brand seven of Ross Aviation’s 17 FBOs, including: Anchorage, Alaska (PANC); Palm Springs/Thermal (KTRM – 2 FBOs) and Fresno, California (KFAT); Scottsdale, Arizona (KSDL); and White Plains, New York (KHPN – 2 FBOs).

“Our partnership with Avfuel has helped support our company’s growth; with this renewed partnership we look forward to continuing that trajectory and capitalizing on more business opportunities with the assistance of Avfuel’s resources such as sales, marketing and, of course, reliable fuel supply at competitive prices,” said Brian Corbett, chief executive officer for Ross Aviation.

“We are thankful for the partnership we’ve established with Ross Aviation over the years—based on trust, safety, reliability, service and ingenuity—which drives connections throughout North America,” said Craig Sincock, Avfuel’s president and chief executive officer. “The Avfuel team is excited to continue to work collaboratively with Ross Aviation in the years to come to identify growth opportunities and provide safe, efficient, personalized services for fuel and so much more.”

Ross Aviation and Avfuel also are in discussions regarding sustainable aviation fuel, and other environmental and sustainability initiatives. Both companies serve on the National Air Transportation Association’s (NATA) new Environment Committee. In addition to this continued partnership, Ross Aviation will relaunch its carbon offset program that caries the theme “Fly More. Leave Less.”

“At Ross Aviation, we view the drive for carbon neutrality as a responsibility all of us in business aviation should take on and we’re excited to help lead the way,” Corbett added.